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1 coin found


Vespasianus
Denarius, struck 70 AD in Rome.
Obv.: IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, Vespasianus head, laur., r.
Rev.: AVGVR / TRI POT, priestly emblems.
Most of the recorded examples of this variety are listed as being fourrées, which this example is not. The new edition of RIC Volume II leaves the variety out completely.
RIC² - ; RIC¹ 137; CNG EA 192, 248
Picture: Classical Numismatic Group

 Romanatic-ID: 3268